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La mulâtre comme il y a beaucoup de blanches. : Ouvrage pouvant faire suite au nègre comme il y a peu de blancs

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Published 1803
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2 v. ;|bill. ;18 cm. (12mo)
Anonymous episolatory novel set in Saint-Domingue concerning racial prejudice and interracial marriage from the point of view of a libertine. This novel, sometimes attributed to a Joseph La Vallee, is often called Les Liaisons Dangereuses of Saint-Domingue

Pagination: v. 1: [5], 14-264 p., [1] leaf of plates; v. 2: 302 p., [1] leaf of plates

Signatures: v. 1: pi² (pi1, pi2 versos blank) A B-L¹²; v. 2: A-L¹² (A2 missigned A1, C5 missigned L5, G3 missigned D3) M N¹² O (-O4)

John Carter Brown Library copy has v. 1 and 2 bound in contemporary full mottled calf

John Carter Brown Library copy acquired with the assistance of the Sophia Augusta Brown Fund


Publisher A Paris, : chez Marchand, libraire, palais du Tribunat, galerie de bois, près le passage Valois, n° 188. Et au passage Feydeau, n° 24.
Year 1803
Pages 576
Language French
Call number b5660873
Digitizing sponsor John Carter Brown Library
Book contributor John Carter Brown Library
Collection jcbhaiti; JohnCarterBrownLibrary; americana

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